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verb as in bring upon oneself

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Of course, as with a smartphone, using the cellular network can incur additional charges or limit memory storage depending on your specific data plan.

Some have launched crowdfunding petitions to help with medical bills incurred as patients themselves.

He tries to signal his wealth, generosity, and public concern by publicly incurring a substantial cost via donation to an important cause, like protecting the environment.

A bank customer who exceeds their balance in the morning and replenishes the account by sundown might still incur an overdrawn account fee.

Accessing treatment incurred costs that were astronomical relative to their incomes, so, around Gunung Palung, medical emergencies brought out the chainsaws.

I shirked duty in pursuit of a good sleep, incurring her wrath this morning.

Were you afraid of incurring the wrath of the critics when it was produced?

Hardline Salfist Saudi clerics have also been heading to Syria without incurring problems from Saudi Arabian authorities.

Incurring the wrath of the nihilists early, he feinted right.

Is this a stealthy way to lay people off without incurring the expense of severance packages?

I hope in this way to avoid incurring odium theologicum of any kind.

"Now, I am quite aware that we are incurring some responsibility, so you need not waste your breath," he said.

Was the reason of Adam corrupted even beforehand by incurring the wrath of his God?

The dread of incurring expence, and parting with his darling coin, was insurmountable.

With the lumber and saleable stock I have on hand, I can build it without incurring any further debt.


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On this page you'll find 22 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to incurring, such as: acquire, earn, provoke, arouse, obtain, and draw.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.